This September, visitors will have an unparalleled opportunity to peer behind the scenes at some of Oslo’s most famous buildings.
The Oslo Open House event sees businesses and organisations opening their doors for a two-day celebration of the city’s public, and more hidden, architectural delights.
This year’s event offers the chance to delve into the history of Akershus Fortress, explore an antique bowling alley, and even go behind the curtains at the city’s famous Opera and Ballet House.
The event is part of the wider international Open House movement, that takes place in world cities such as London, Lisbon and New York, and aims to open up the world of architecture to the public.
Many buildings across the city will be offering guided tours throughout the weekend, completely free of charge. The event is sure to be a hit, whether you’re a fan of Scandinavian architecture or just plain curious!